Markmaking

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Lace resist painting: lay lace on paper, spray with clear gloss spray paint, remove lace, paint with watercolors.now if only i could find clear gloss spray paint. Cute Crafts, Crafts To Do, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Diy Projects To Try, Art Projects, Gloss Spray Paint, Do It Yourself Inspiration, Watercolor Paintings

Dishfunctional Designs

Creative ideas in crafts and upcycled, innovative, repurposed art and home decor.

Collagraph Printing and How to use it in the classroom Collagraphy is a print-making process where various materials are glued to a hardboard to create a raised texture ** fabric stamping Middle School Art, Art School, High School, Classe D'art, Gelli Printing, Printing Process, Stamp Printing, Fabric Stamping, Ecole Art

Collagraph Printing and How to use it in the classroom | Marginalia

A tale of an IAEA Student Chapter Roundtable Presentation. [flickr id=”6463833451″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] Before the IAEA Conference, my colleague in the Art Education MAT program, Keli Campbell, and I applied to present at the IAEA Student Chapter Roundtable. Our main interest and goal was to present a demonstration and lesson plan idea on Collagraph Printing. [flickr id=”6463825895″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”original” group=””…

Homemade mark making tools ready for a Skills Workshop by ArtPad Studio… (Diy Art Studio) Painting Tools, Action Painting, Painting & Drawing, Mark Making, Drawing Techniques, Drawing Tools, Drawing Faces, Drawing Practice, Art Plastique

Homemade mark making tools ready for a Skills Workshop by ArtPad Studio www.artpadstudio.co.uk

how many ways can you draw a circle? Pattern Dots, Doodle Pattern, Pattern Design, Textures Patterns, Print Patterns, Flower Patterns, Art Texture, Visual Texture, Impression Textile

Mark Making Artist is very controlled and instead of having a mean to the drawing it seems like it was to explore different type of mark and how it can feel depending on the technique